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Smart Loans for Students

28 July 2015

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Spoiler: There is no such thing as a smart loan for students, or anyone else, for that matter. There is only smart lending and smart borrowing. No loan is designed for the borrower’s best interest. They are always designed to benefit the lender. That is as true for a bank as it is for a […]

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Volvo – one of the safest cars to drive

28 November 2014

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Volvo have long had a history of safety and reliability for their car range and safety is one of company’s core values. In 1959, an engineer working for Volvo, Nils Bohlin invented the three point seat belt system, which is still in use today. It was made standard on the Volvo Amazon and PV540 and […]

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Jaguar F-type review

28 November 2014

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When I was growing up, our neighbor owned an older model Jaguar XJ. He used to let to us kids play in the car. It was different than usual Fords and Holden cars that most of our dads owned. Since then I have always admired the British car maker. One car that has recently caught […]

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Protecting Your Home & Financial Security On The Go

16 April 2014

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Your busy lifestyle likely keeps you on the go with little time to worry about small things like remembering to lock the back door before heading to work. In fact, it is important to protect your belongings, including the financial assets that you have in your home. In just seconds, everything can be taken away […]

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What secure payment methods are there for online casino accounts?

9 July 2013

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The number of punters enjoying online casinos games is increasing all the time thanks to the bonus of secure payment methods. As most punters only have certain windows of time to play online casino games, online casinos have long recognised the fact that punters expect to be able to deposit stakes and withdraw winnings quickly, […]

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Why Your Resume is Holding you Back

27 December 2012

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With the unemployment rate in the United States around 7.7%, and with approximately 85% of college graduates moving back home with their parents, employment is on the minds of many citizens. Lack of employment contributes to a higher rate of depression. Plus, insufficient income can trigger a host of economic problems, such as bankruptcy and […]

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It’s Not What Your Credit Report Says… It’s What You Do about It

28 August 2012

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Unemployed? Underemployed? Chronic credit card user? Unexpected emergencies? There are many ways for debt to add up, and only a few ways to subtract it. If you find yourself shrinking every time your phone rings, then you probably have no idea what you owe, what your credit score is, or how to turn your world […]

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How To Increase The Value Of Your Home By Improving Its Floors

24 August 2012

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One of the smartest things you can do on a fixer upper to increase its value is fix or improve the floors. There are major fixes which require large sums of money to implement and then there are fixes that do not require a large cash outlay yet make an immediate improvement in aesthetic appeal […]

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Which Presidential Candidate Will Benefit Your Financial Statement?

2 August 2012

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The upcoming November election will bring a great deal of debate along the way. Already we’ve seen the typical campaign advertisements where one is pitted against the other while pointing out his competitor’s faults. The truth is, though, that both candidates have positive and negative aspects. And, while it is difficult not to get caught […]

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12 Retirement Planning Mistakes that you Must Avoid

4 February 2012

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It is no secret that successful retirement planning begins early on in life. The younger you start the better off you will be when the time comes to leave the work force and sit back and relax. However, being young and planning for retirement can also leave you room to make many mistakes regarding your […]

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